Day 11 of Euro 2016 takes place today as the home nations, England and Wales, play their final Group B game.
England face Slovakia at the Stade Geoffroy-Guichard in Saint-Etienne, live on ITV (Eng) and ITV2.
These sides have only met three times in the past, with the most recent clash coming in a friendly encounter in March 2009. Wayne Rooney netted twice in a 4-0 win at Wembley Stadium that night, with Emile Heskey and Frank Lampard also on the scoresheet.
Over on ITV (Wales) and ITV 4, Wales take on Russia at the Stadium Municipal in Toulouse.
These two countries have only met four times since the break-up of the Soviet Union, with three wins for Russia and one draw.
Those matches included the two-legged Euro 2004 play-off, when Wales came agonisingly close to their first European Championship, gaining a creditable 0-0 draw in Moscow only to lose 1-0 in Cardiff and deny the likes of Ryan Giggs, Gary Speed, John Hartson and Craig Bellamy the chance of playing at the finals in Portugal.
Mark Hughes and Craig Bellamy will join Fran Donovan from 7.15pm, while Joe Speight and Tony Pulis provide match commentary.
Slovakia v England
7.15pm – ITV (Eng) and ITV2 – Kick-off 8.00pm
Russia v Wales
7.15pm – ITV (Wales) and ITV4 – Kick-off 8.00pm
ITV2 can be found on Freeview channel 6, Sky channel 118, Freesat channel 113, and Virgin Media channel 115; while ITV4 sits on Freeview channel 24, Sky channel 120, Freesat channel 117, and Virgin Media channel 118.
Both matches will also be streamed live via the ITV Hub
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